One year ago, Supply Ontario was a start-up with a single employee. The agency has since grown, setting the foundation to address the fragility of the province’s supply chain, and to improve how industries and government do business together.
Supply Ontario is pleased to announce the hiring of additional members to its senior leadership team. Between April and May 2022, the agency welcomed:
- Christiana Cavazzoni, Chief Digital/Data Officer
- Anthony DiCaita, Chief Administrative Officer
- Helena Ferreira, Chief Human Resources Officer
- Rubina Salim Havlin, Chief Strategy and Transformation Officer
- Brad Sweeney, Chief Operating Officer
With the ambition to onboard a distinguished leadership team in the first fiscal quarter, Supply Ontario meets this milestone, further paving the way to achieving its expansive mandate.
“Selecting candidates to fulfil senior roles was nothing short of rigorous, and I have the utmost confidence that each will bring a wealth of experience and perspective to their role,” said Frank P. Rochon, CEO of Supply Ontario. “I am grateful to the interim leadership team for their contributions and the continuation of their support as we transition to this new phase. With the hiring of our permanent senior leadership team near complete, I can confidently say that we are off to a great start, and I look forward to what is to come.”
Ontario has one of the largest supply chains in the world with an estimated $30B addressable spend. Supply Ontario is uniquely positioned to modernize this system to benefit Ontario; realized through greater value for tax dollars, job creation, domestic production, the success of small and medium-sized businesses, and the resilience of Ontario’s public sector supply chain.
Visit Supply Ontario’s website to learn more about its senior leadership team.